Descubriendo Grandes Fotógrafos
Fotógrafo clásico Jean Laurent, artista, inventor y empresario, nació en Garchizy, Francia, en 1816. Se trasladó a España en la década de 1840, donde viviría el resto de su vida, cambiando su nombre por el de Juan, la traducción al español de Jean. En 1856 abrió un estudio en Madrid. Una década más tarde, sus fotografías de España y Portugal comenzaron a venderse en París, donde abrió un comercio con el fin de ampliar la clientela de sus populares vistas de estos países de la Europa…
Sebastião Salgado in Siberia - in pictures
For his latest epic project, Genesis, photographer Sebastião Salgado spent eight years documenting parts of the world untainted by modern life. Here, he shares the images he took of the nomadic Nenets of northern Siberia
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Nature, Nurtured (Published 2009)
Fishermen in Mato Grosso, Brazil, a 2005 photograph by Sebastiao Salgado / Amazonas. For the three fisherman in my life.
(salgado_covers) Sebastião’s work is often focused on raising awareness of the human toll of violence and migration within impoverished societies all across the globe. It can be said that he cares about the people and he photographs just as much as the circumstances in which they are photographed, this caring and respect for his subjects is to be admired about Sebastião Salgado,
Photographer Captures The Breathtaking Beauty Of The World's Most Untouched Places
Over the course of eight years, veteran photojournalist Sebastião Salgado -- traveling by plane, on foot, by canoe and even balloon -- took more than 30 ...
No one captures our world's natural beauty quite like Sebastião Salgado. The Brazilian photographer has traversed the earth, battling extreme conditions, travelling by land, air, and sea in the pursuit of untouched landscapes and the indigenous people and animals who populate them. His black-and-white images unite photojournalism and art, and introduce an urban viewer to corners of the world that have not felt the irreversible influence of modernization. Salgado's latest triumph is Genesis; a brilliantly executed book of images gathered over an eight-year expedition through deserts, oceans, tundra, and forests. The book, which Salgado aptly describes as his "love letter to the planet," not only serves as an aesthetic marvel, but also as a startling reminder of the unseen worlds our technological progress inevitably impacts. From lions and leopards in Africa to the monstrous glaciers of Alaska, the gorillas inhabiting volcanic regions of Uganda to the whales of the South Atlantic, Genesis teeters on surrealism in that its images seem too epic to be real.
Sebastião Salgado. S) images | Monday, June 3, 2013
Rachel Insists: Sebastiao Salgado
Rio Gringa insists you check out Sebastiao Salgado, at his website or by googling around or even Wikipedia. I went out with my American photog friend today and we were rummaging around that bookstore I'm now obsessed with and we...